Disney/Pixar's sequel to Finding Nemo — Finding Dory — is to be released June 17, 2016 and new details about the plot have just emerged. According to the President of Pixar, Jim Morris, Finding Dory takes place months after the original film, with Dory living with Marlin and Nemo. Dory accompanies Nemo on a school trip, where early memories of her childhood and family come back to her, and Marlin and Nemo decide to help Dory find her parents and learn more about her murky past.
But don't expect to spend too much time in the ocean, like in Finding Nemo. Morris also revealed that a lot of the movie takes place in a new setting: the Marine Biology Institute of California, which is a "rehabilitation complex for marine and aquarium life." Apparently, that's where Dory was born and then was released into the "wild."
Whether or not Dory actually finds her family is yet to be seen, but it's basically confirmed that we, the viewers, will get to meet Dory's parents!
Tell us in the comments: Are you happy with the details that have been released about the plot so far? What do you think will happen in the new movie?